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60 terms

SAT 30-2

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imposture
false name or identity
impoverished
poverty stricken
imprecation
curse
impresario
the producer or manager
impromptu
to make up instantly
improvise
to make up
impudence
bold
impugn
to question
impunity
freedom
impute
attribute to
inadvertent
accidental
inane
stupid
inanimate
lifeless
inaudible
can't be heard
incantation
phrase
incapacitated
disabled
incarcerate
to imprison
incarnate
in human form
incendiary
causing a fire
incensed
to cause anger
incentive
something that motivates
incessant
constant, continous
inchoate
developing stage
incipient
initial or early stage
incisive
sharp
incite
to urge or prompt
incline
to slant or angle
incoherent
not understandable
incongruous
unfitting
incorporate
involve
incorrigible
beyond correction
incredulous
difficult to believe
incremental
added at specific times
incriminate
to accuse
inculcate
to impress
inculpate
to accuse or incriminate
incumbent
having a task or duty
incur
to bring upon yourself
indecipherable
to interpret
indefatigable
you do not become fatigued
indelible
can't be erased
indeterminate
inexact
indict
formally charge with a crime
indigenous
originated
indigent
poor
indignant
angry
indignity
disgrace
indoctrinate
to teach or instruct
indolent
lazy
indomitable
it can't be overcome or conquered
induce
to cause
indulge
to tolerate
inebriated
drunk or intoxicated
ineffable
not describable
inept
not skilled
inequity
unfairness or injustice
inertia
lazy, resistant to move or change
inexorable
cannot be diverted or changed
infamous
bad or evil
infer
to deduce